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The John Jones Coursing Club meets at the Star pub to drink beer and take refreshments Featured Print

The John Jones Coursing Club meets at the Star pub to drink beer and take refreshments

The John Jones Coursing Club meets at the Star pub to drink beer and take refreshments whilst discussing the day's work and making arrangements for the next meet on Boxing Day.
Pictured: Mr. J. Carey (Slipper) ; Mr and Mrs J. Hilder ; Mr. B. Uden (Deputy Field Master) ; H.P. Collick (Field Master) ; L. Uden (Slipper) ; W. McGaughey and Mrs. M. Jones.
26 November 1953

© John Topham / TopFoto.co.uk

Woollands store in Knightsbridge by Matania Featured Print

Woollands store in Knightsbridge by Matania

The Christmas Shopping Season - A Sphere artist visits a West-End House. A scene in the costume salon of Messrs. Woolland's well-known house in Knightsbridge, the centre of fashion. A busy scene captured by the Sphere's special artist, Fortunino Matania, who visited the store of what was once one of London's great shopping establishments. A stream of lady customers, accompanied by their offspring playing with Christmas toys, move about this scene of feminine fashions. Date: 1922

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Interior of Roger's Bank, Clement's-Lane, 1844. Creator: Unknown Featured Print

Interior of Roger's Bank, Clement's-Lane, 1844. Creator: Unknown

Interior of Roger's Bank, Clement's-Lane, 1844. Customers at ...the banking-house of Messrs. Rogers, Olding, and Co., No. 29, on the east side of Clement's-lane [in the City of London], which had been the scene of a robbery. A clerk, named Burgess, and his accomplice Elder, stole £8,000. Burgess fled to America, but two of the bank's officers, John and Daniel Forrester, were instrumental in Burgess's arrest. From "Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol V

© The Print Collector/Heritage Images